Where did my day go?

It’s been one of those days. I’m not meaning that in a bad sense. Instead, I’m talking about one of those days where you wake up, go about your business, and suddenly look up to find that it’s almost ten o’clock at night. So where did my day go? Here’s kind of how my schedule went:

  • 6:30 Wake up.
  • 7:25 Head to work.
  • 7:50 Head to a site visit with one of my coworkers.
  • 2:30 Return from site visit with coworker.
  • 4:30 Leave work. Head to gym after gassing up car (scary).
  • 5:00 Arrive at gym.
  • 5:15 Hit the gym floor.
  • 6:20 Leave gym.
  • 6:30 Arrive home to be greeted by 2 ecstatic basenjis.
  • 7:00 Water desperately needy plants that need to be put into the ground and fix part of dinner while also figuring out which bills need to be paid.
  • 8:15 Finish dinner and sit down to send out my Web site “launch” e-mail (Yes, I’m behind).
  • 9:45 Start to write blog.

Whew! And where, exactly, did my day go? I’m not sure. I, for one, and looking forward to the weekend.

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  1. Joy says:

    You know there is some talk going around that time is actually speeding up, or at least the pulse that the earth puts out is. For thousands of years it is said that the pulse or frequency was stable at appx. 7.8 cycles per second, but around 1980 it began to speed up and is now around 12. Because of this increase, we now perceive time to be moving faster than the normal 24 hour clock. What we used to think of or experience as 24 hours now feels like 16.

    Anyways…all that said…I know how you feel ! I get up at 6:00 a.m. and before I know it, the day is over !

    I look forward to reading more of your posts !

  2. Kathy says:

    Wait…1980 is the year Bill Gates started up Microsoft. I KNEW he was responsible for all this!